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The University of Colorado School of Medicine is examining the effects of oral hormonal contraceptives (OCPs) on brain processes and emotional wellbeing. Knowledge from this research study is important as it will show how oral contraceptives might impact emotional well-being and place certain women at greater risk for neuropsychiatric side effects.
We are looking for volunteers to study how exercise affects people with and without type 2 diabetes differently. Volunteers will go through baseline testing of cardiovascular health, exercise ability, and various other parameters related to skeletal muscle function. Volunteers will then complete a 15-week supervised exercise program focused on cardiovascular exercise and fitness, and all testing will be repeated.
The purpose of this study is to learn how the antibiotic drug, Rifampin, may affect the breakdown of etonogestrel in Nexplanon® users. Rifampin is an antibiotic commonly used to treat latent tuberculosis infections.
Participation will last up to 22 days and consist of three study visits. Participants will spend one day (8 hours) in clinic and receive an intravenous (IV) catheter for multiple blood draws. During that time, participants will have access to a TV and the internet to help pass the time. Blood will also be drawn on the final day of the study.
Volunteers needed for a research study that plans to learn more about how short, frequent periods of physical activity affect your health and reduce risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
This research study will compare sex hormone concentrations in healthy women to women with chronic kidney disease. We also measure blood vessel function using non-invasive testing. Participation will consist of one screening visit (approximately an hour) and one testing visit (approximately 3 hours of time or less). The testing visit will include non-invasive testing of blood vessel function. Testing takes place at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
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